Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Halfords Group Plc LSE:HFD London Ordinary Share GB00B012TP20 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  7.60 4.57% 174.00 172.90 173.70 180.40 170.40 170.40 2,553,827 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 1,138.6 51.0 21.2 8.2 346

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01/2/2019
11:32
Looks like another shake up of the Exec team. Another one of the Dixon’s clan joining at the expense of people who know the business - watch this space!
21ant
30/1/2019
08:19
"Kendonagasaki29 Jan '19 - 21:23 - 3148 of 3148 0 0 0 Norges just sold out. They only back winners imo." Strange. Looks to me that they've got 3.54% still...
argylerich
29/1/2019
21:23
Norges just sold out. They only back winners imo.
kendonagasaki
29/1/2019
10:21
SP struggling !
gbh2
22/1/2019
15:44
The detail wrt cycling is interesting with Halfords. They had strong growth in adult bike sales previously, so curious to see it flattening. imo that is not anything to do with online and more likely to be that people go to Halfords for their first bike, then they talk to other cyclists that have brands other than Boardman. I think Halfords need a newer brand. After all most people won't know who Boardman is, as they don't watch the Tour (he commentates), so he's very out of date as a mass-market brand. Pendleton perhaps, except that most women I know who have got one, can't believe how heavy they are, trying to get them in and out of the house/shed. Then you stick them on a Trek or Giant hybrid which might only cost £350 and they wonder why on earth they bought the Pendleton. These are not women who are short of a few bob. They just don't know what they're buying.
yump
18/1/2019
14:31
hxxps://simplywall.st/stocks/gb/retail/lse-hfd/halfords-group-shares/news/an-intrinsic-calculation-for-halfords-group-plc-lonhfd-shows-its-36-2-undervalued/
gf13
18/1/2019
14:30
The total value is the sum of cash flows for the next five years and the discounted terminal value, which results in the Total Equity Value, which in this case is UK£661m. To get the intrinsic value per share, we divide this by the total number of shares outstanding, or the equivalent number if this is a depositary receipt or ADR. This results in an intrinsic value of £3.35.
gf13
17/1/2019
13:01
Chmn buys 80k at 2.395p
wynmck
17/1/2019
12:55
That is not the point though is it ? I can go to a large supermarket to get ordinary carrots at 39p instead of going to Tesco Express and spending £1.15, but how many people still just get them from Tesco ? Also price-elasticity of demand does not apply to every product.
yump
16/1/2019
19:37
The problem with Halfords is their pricing, most of what they sell can be purchased elsewhere at a significant discount.
gbh2
16/1/2019
13:55
spob - "no dipstick :)" Probably get one down at Halfords ;)
poikka
16/1/2019
10:38
Seems to be a good topping up of the share price today!
redbaron10
16/1/2019
10:22
it would take your sister a long time to top up the oil on my car no dipstick :)
spob
16/1/2019
10:18
Don't like the chat about a divi cut. I don't see the need for it, but there'd be even less need if JMcD hadn't handed out a special divi just before she left, and no doubt trousered a few bob herself in so doing. I'd say that they're ding the right things, especially with regard to siting Autocentres alongside retail. As said, plenty of folk like having someone to do the bits and bobs for them. And plenty of people haven't got a clue how to do things for themselves. My sister once tried topping-up the engine oil and wondered why it was so difficult and time-consuming - she was using the dipstick hole. Anyway, all retailers are struggling to grow. Halfords has good cashflow and fairly low debt, which means (leaving aside my MASSIVE irritation at McD's generosity with the SD) that they should be able to grow the business. No divi increase for a while, though - but that's ok.
poikka
16/1/2019
10:03
Agreed, I wouldn't either. But a large number of people do and get the member of staff put it in for them too.
argylerich
16/1/2019
09:56
not sure about others but .... I would not pay 50% more for my engine oil via Halfords click and collect :)
spob
16/1/2019
09:18
"The internet is slowly killing Halfords" That's where I would beg to differ Spob. Mike Ashley (who possibly knows a thing or two about retail) espouses click and collect as being the holy grail for physical retailers. Halfords run an 80% strike rate in this area. I know that alone is not going to fuel a growth rate moonward, but it does underscore that this business is still functional and has a certain value.
argylerich
16/1/2019
09:06
Way too cheap!
tsmith2
16/1/2019
08:33
The internet is slowly killing Halfords. Which is why the very best it can do is stand still and the worst is fail completely There are very few things that I would buy from Halfords now, where as I would have done in the past. On a very rare occasion when I need something "right now" I will reluctantly go to Halfords and pay more than I would on the internet. But 99% of the time I will buy what I want in advance from Ebay or Amazon for a lower price including postal costs. example Https://www.halfords.com/motoring/engine-oils-fluids/engine-oil/mobil-1-esp-5w-30-oil-5l Https://www.opieoils.co.uk/p-6362-mobil-1-esp-5w-30-fully-synthetic-engine-oil.aspx
spob
16/1/2019
08:09
It was in yesterday's Times
toffeeman
15/1/2019
17:54
Good historic article Toffeeman, nice find and thanks for sharing
argylerich
15/1/2019
12:31
If you're looking for a share that might hold up under a no deal Brexit then this has to be a contender. Assuming a 2-3 year blip in the economy with reduced car sales, increased bike sales, increased spend on maintaining existing car, holidays in UK and not driving abroad etc. On the other hand adeal will see a short term rise of the UK stockmarket which is currently undersold. DYOR HBR
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